In our changing and developing world, it is not possible to remain indifferent to technology. In this process, the competence we need to have is to be a digital citizen.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic in the last year, internet usage has entered our lives even more. With the interruption of face-to-face education, synchronous and asynchronous lessons, grocery shopping, museum training, etc have started to take place over the internet. Working hours and overtime concepts that changed with the new norm process are now always digital.
In this process, we, as educators and parents, should highlight the concept of digital citizenship and media literacy and bring this to students. For this, we started an eTwinning project on media literacy and disinformation with the SAMR training model.